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just figured out to disable this..OneNote 2013 Go "File->Options->Display", and uncheck "Place OneNote icon in the notification area of the taskbar" hth


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This bug still exists in Windows 10. In earlier versions of Windows it was possible to disable the shape toggle through the registry, but that seems to have disappeared now. One very important thing to add to the accepted answer: If you have problems getting Windows to see your change, ensure that you go through the registry and modify other similarly named ...


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A key without conflict may be C-z, as it is usually used to send the program to the background to continue another thing on the shell that started it. I don't do this when I have tmux.


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I was searching for a solution to get back the old Alt-Tab functionality when working with Microsoft Excel under Windows 10. By default, if you wish to switch between two separate Excel files with Alt-Tab you need to press Alt and then twice Tab. This new feature was a pain for me. The first solution is to use the Registry workaround as mentioned here: ...


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I see several people referred to the Intel HD graphics driver, but without much in the way of instructions, so perhaps this will help. (Note, this response is partly based on this answer: http://superuser.com/a/592688/197972). On my system (Windows 10, Intel HD Graphics 5500, driver version 10.18.15.4281, dated 8/31/2015), the answer is: 1: Launch the ...


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Steps 1-Move the mouse to the screen & right click (you will see View, Sort by, Refresh, Graphics Properties...point to Graphics Options & Select Hot Keys. 2-Select Disable. 3-Now if you try to press [Ctrl] [Alt] + Arrow Keys the video screen wont rotate any more. For some reason you want to control screen rotation just Enable it again.


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I finally found the solution and I am posting, in case someone else has the problem. 1- Define your hot-keys. 2- Search and find the "region" settings palette and go to administrative tab. Now go to "Copy Settings" section. Select both tick boxes below the window and press ok. In my case this applied the settings in a way that they are no more ...


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For mac it is "control + up(down) arrow". You may need to change your Mission Control hotkey settings as "control" is preset there.


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In your Language Preferences settings within Windows select the "US Keyboard" rather than the "US International" Keyboard: this will release the Ctrl-Alt shoutcuts for use by RStudio (or anything else). You can have multiple keyboard layouts to switch between, even for a single language.


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Use numbers to select a candidate, and pageup/pagedown to show the next batch of candidates. You can find more info in the help that is displayed when clicking on the help button in the language bar (when it is separated from the taskbar).



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